How to reduce carbon footprint of IP processes ?
IP best practices for greener improvements
Today, issues related to sustainable development is becoming challenging for companies in terms of reducing the impact of their activities on the planet, but also in order to remain competitive. In the IP sector, innovations tend to create a green future.
This article will explore how IP could be greener and how different improvement directions could be considered to reduce the impact of IP processes on climate change.
Find out how a balanced and robust IP system can support the emergence of a green economy that works with and not against the earth’s life support systems.
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